If failing is your fear the name for the failing phobia (phobia mean fear) is atychiphobia.
if you mean the a fear of failing the one you are looking for is Atychiphobia
Atychiphobia, it's the fear of failing
Atelophobia- Fear of imperfection. Hope that helped.
Atychiphobia is the fear of failing. I think that's close enough, right?
Philophobia is when you are afraid of love failing; eremophobia is the fear of being lonely.
A phobia is an irrational fear phobia phobic means the fear of fear itself
Bebuphobia...that is the fear or phobia of blueberries.
Like all phobias, phobophobia is an exaggerated fear response. While in other phobias, the irrationally heightened response focuses on a specific object or situation, in phobophobia, the fear is of the fear response itself.
Your question asks what the phobia of a fear is (X-phobia-phobia): the PHOBIA OF THE FEAR of the number eight would be octophobia-phobia. The fear of the number eight would simply be octophobia.
Phobia means fear.
perichoraphobia. perichora (suburbs) + phobia (fear)
Atychiphobia is the fear of failing.
Theophobia- the irrational fear of a god or deity. Remember its only a phobia if its an "irrational" fear, a normal healthy fear is not a phobia.
the only phobia of the fear of crickets is crickephobia
There is no official phobia name for the fear of vipers. However the official phobia name for the fear of snakes is ophidiophobia.
Necrophobia Phobia name for the fear of death. It is a common phobia
The fear of Puerto Ricans is "Puerto Phobia" The fear of Puerto Ricans is "Puerto Phobia"
To have a phobia is to have a fear.
There isn't a phobia for fear of alarms that I know of, but ligyrophobia is the fear of loud noises
There is no phobia for that fear. the closest one is Ablutophobia which is the fear of washing yourself.
Liticaphobia is the phobia for fear of lawsuits.
Ataraxia is a freedom from worry or fear. It's not a phobia as such.
Sophophobia is the name of the phobia relating to the fear of learning
Mnemophobia is the name of the phobia related to the fear of memories